Mark Twain

Death, the only immortal who treats us all alike, whose pity and whose peace and whose refuge are for all — the soiled and the pure, the rich and the poor, the loved and the unloved.

Memorandum written on his deathbed.
Mark Twain’s Notebook (1935) edited by Albert Bigelow Paine



Wow. I felt famous for a moment, Julia‘s gone and set me up my own YouTube channel.

Turns out it’s just the same videos I’ve already shared on Facebook.

Still you have to admire her persistence, she’s actually not to bad for someone who’s still alive but don’t tell her I said that, it will go to her head.

Anyway, she says that the link can be shared so people who don’t do Facebook can admire my wit and wisdom. So get sharing.

Julia says “You should say ”Please”” I AM DEATH, La Belle Dame sans Merci, I don’t say “Please” … Oh, OK Please share the link.


Better Living With DEATH

It’s going to be my first live show & no, I didn’t miss the irony in that statement.

Join me for tips and commentary on wellness, cooking, fashion, lifestyle, and travel. Remember:

  • Travel: Wherever you’re going I’ve been there (Except the moon. Apollo 13 made it back)
  • Wellness: I’ve had clients who have followed every alternative healthcare product there is
  • Fashion: Say no more, I’m so skinny you can count my ribs so I’m a fashion icon
  • Cooking: There are a lot of perfectly good foods that are ignored today. I’m looking at you you unpopular salad greens like the nightshades & proteins like chicken sashimi and mushrooms, did you know that all mushrooms are edible, some only once.
  • Lifestyle: This begs the question: “Can life have style?” It never seems to stay still long enough. I have a couple of tame humans on my writing team who can advise me on this.